70s KGB Chicken 101.5 FM Radio t-shirt Small


Chest 19 in.

Length 24.5 in.

Content: 100% cotton

Tag Brand: BVD

This vintage tee pays homage to the iconic KGB Chicken of 101.5 FM San Diego during the seventies. It's held up great after all these years and has a ton of life left. Features old school cartoon graphics, one hundred percent cotton, and an original BVD tag.

KGB Chicken was born as a radio mascot in 1974, played by college student Ted Giannoulas. It wasn't long before KGB Chicken gained notoriety in the San Diego area. He went from appearing at local community events to huge concerts and sporting events. As a matter of fact, this legendary chicken has brought his wacky fun antics to 520 consecutive San Diego Padres games.

In 1977, Giannoulas and the radio station began butting heads and they replaced him with someone else. The OG KGB Chicken sued and the court ruled in his favor. He got back to rocking the chicken suit but took on a slightly different alter ego, The Chicken. As of 2021, The Chicken still reps the city of SD and 101 KGB-FM.

Fits like a modern unisex adult small. Oversized, baggy fit.






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